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Sony X950G 65 Inch TV: 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model

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  • HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE: Experience incredible detail, brightness and clarity with 4K UHD resolution
  • X-WIDE ANGLE: Sit anywhere in the room to enjoy incredible real-world color with the 85inch X950G
  • IMMERSIVE AUDIO: Acoustic Multi-Audio syncs sound with action to create Sound-from Picture Reality.Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • ULTIMATE REALISM: Enjoy clear, vibrant colors with TRILUMINOS Display and 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping
  • NO MOTION BLUR: Watch lifelike on-screen action with virtually no blur with Motion flow XR technology
  • APPLE AIRPLAY 2 and HOMEKIT SUPPOR: Seamlessly integrate your iPhone and Siri devices with your Sony TV for effortless smart home management and content streaming.
  • WORKS WITH ALEXA: Stream smart camera feeds with your voice. Through an Alexa enabled device, just ask Alexa to play music, launch video apps, turn up the volume, and more

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65" / 166 cm

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Connectivity Technology Bluetooth APPLE AIRPLAY APPLE HOMEKIT Audio Output(s) Bluetooth profile support Chromecast built-in Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr) Input(s) Composite Video Input(s) Digital Audio Output(s) Ethernet inputs HDCP HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) HDMI inputs total HDMI-CEC Headphone Output(s) RF (Terrestrial/Cable) Connection Input(s) RS-232C Input(s) Subwoofer Output(s) USB HDD Recording USB drive format support USB playback codecs USB ports Wi-Fi Standard Built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, 2 USB HDMI, USB HDMI, USB
Screen Size 65 inches 64.5 inches 65 inches 65 inches 65 inches
Display Type LED LED LED-backlit LED LCD
Item Dimensions 35.63 x 13.13 x 57 inches 57.13 x 14 x 35.75 inches 11.75 x 57 x 35.38 inches 57.25 x 13.38 x 32.88 inches 57.25 x 13.13 x 34 inches
Item Weight 52.91 lbs 52.30 lbs 56.20 lbs 48.72 lbs 52.90 lbs
Model Year 2019 2020 2018 2021 2022
Refresh Rate 120 hertz 120 hertz 120 hertz 120 hertz 120 hertz
Resolution 4K 4K 4K 4K 4K
Total HDMI Ports 4 4 4 4 4

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    , XBR-X950G, XBR-55X950G, XBR-65X950G, XBR-75X950G, XBR-85X950G
    XBR-X950G, XBR-55X950G, XBR-65X950G, XBR-75X950G, XBR-85X950G

    Sony 4K HDR TVS


    X950G Series


    X900F Series


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    X850G Series

    Screen Sizes
    55" / 65" / 75" / 85" 49" / 55" / 65" / 75" / 85 85" 55" / 65" 55" / 65" / 77" 43" / 49" / 55" / 65" / 75" 85"
    Display Technology
    LED (Full-Array) LED (Full-Array) LED (Full-Array) OLED OLED LED (Direct 55"/65"/75" only) LED (Direct)
    Display Resolution
    X1 Ultimate (Best of Sony) X1 Extreme X1 Ultimate (Best of Sony) X1 Extreme X1 Ultimate (Best of Sony) 4K X-Reality PRO X1
    X-tended Dynamic Range Pro 6x X-tended Dynamic Range Pro 6x 8K XDR Pro 20x OLED OLED/Pixel Contrast Booster Dynamic Contrast Enhancer Dynamic Contrast Enhancer
    Refresh Rate
    X-Motion Clarity - 120HZ X-Motion Clarity - 120HZ X-Motion Clarity - 120HZ MotionFlow XR - 120HZ MotionFlow XR - 120HZ MotionFlow XR240 - 60HZ MotionFlow XR960 - 120HZ
    Viewing Angle
    X-Wide Angle (75"/85" only) X-Wide Angle OLED wide angle OLED wide angle
    Netflix Calibrated Mode
    Dolby Vision
    Sound Technology
    Acoustic Multi Audio Acoustic Multi Audio Acoustic Surface Audio Acoustic Surface Audio+ Acoustic Multi Audio
    Smart TV
    Google Assistant, Alexa Google Assistant, Alexa Google Assistant, Alexa Google Assistant, Alexa Google Assistant, Alexa Google Assistant, Alexa Google Assistant, Alexa

    Product Description

    Unlock the world of ultimate colors and contrast with the X950G 4K HDR TV from Sony. Incredibly clear 4K HDR picture quality is powered by the Picture Processor X1 Ultimate, and content has never been brighter than with Full Array Local Dimming & Boosting. X-Motion Clarity technology makes action scenes look like real life.

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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 12, 2019
    Size: 55 inStyle: TVVerified Purchase
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Great color, upscaling is awesome
    By Harold on September 12, 2019
    First off, despite the ability to make it that way, this is not going to be an overly technical review, I know a lot of people just want to make sure that plunking down $1200 for a TV is worth the extra money. While there's no short answer to that, hopefully this review will help. Secondly, let me preface this by saying that this TV replaced a TCL 6 Series which, by all accounts, was a very competent set in its own right, but between a few issues I had with the picture, primarily from the limitations of a 60Hz panel, and that one of my adult children having a TV that was on it's way out, I decided to upgrade.

    Other TVs I considered: No review is really complete without this - after a lot of research, I narrowed it down to the 950G and the Samsung Q70. I chose the Sony based on three factors - better color, better upscaling and that it includes Dolby Vision.

    Viewing Habits: Like a lot of people, I'm a cable cutter, so nearly all of my viewing is either by streaming or hard copy (Blu-ray, DVD) from a Sony UP-X700 4K player. Although seldom used, basic (480) cable is attached for occasionally viewing local news, but this input is not reviewed here due to limited experience with it.

    Viewing Area: Screen is roughly eight feet from the main seating area. Daytime viewing is quite bright, while nightime viewing is generally fairly dark outside of low ambient lighting.

    Picture Quality: The quality of the picture on this set is amazing. Colors are very good out of the box, and get better with some minor adjustments to the settings. The brightness of the set really lends itself to High Dynamic Range (HDR) content in general, and specifically with Dolby Vision content. Both Netflix and Amazon HD and UHD content look outstanding, and even with the compression often present on Netflix content, Dolby Vision encoded content looks great. Viewing content from the 4K player, things get even better - since I have a good size library of DVDs, I started there. While some movies were limited somewhat by a questionable conversion to digital to begin with, all were upscaled very well. A lot of it will naturally depend on how much effort went into the digitizing of the film in question, but the TV itself does an awesome job with the better quality movies. Blu-ray movies are handled even better of course, and films like Rogue One, Dances With Wolves and Guardians of the Galaxy 2 really pop on the screen. 4K/UHD movies look nothing short of outstanding - The Dark Knight, Avengers Endgame and Jurassic Park Dark World all played amazingly, with little to no blooming I've seen talked about in other reviews. Of course, as with any LED, this can vary slightly from panel to panel. The battle scenes at the end of Endgame, a place where the 60Hz panel really showed its weakness, was flawless on the 950's screen. If there is a downside to this TV, it's the same downside you'll get with any LED using a VA panel, and that's viewing angles. Anything much beyond 15° off center and you will start noticing a degradation in colors.

    Audio: As with most flat panel TVs, the sound leaves a lot to be desired, and if you really want to have quality sound, you will need a soundbar. That said, Sony has made strides since the introduction of the 900 E and F models by moving the tweeters up to the upper sides of the panel. Sound seems more like it is coming from the screen, and the Dolby Surround setting does a far better job at recreating a decent sound field.

    Grey Uniformity: Every LED TV out there will have some form of grey uniformity (dirty screen effect or DSE) problems, ranging from very bad, to barely noticeable, the 950G falls into the latter category. The DSE it does have is almost completely confined to a slight darkness in the extreme far corners. I can see no DSE in the main viewing area of the screen, and is not present in lighter colors of films like John Carpenter's The Thing or the documentary Spitfire like they were on the TCL. Again, this may vary from panel to panel.

    User Interface/Operating System: As someone used to using a Roku for over seven years, the Android based UI, outside of a cellphone, was a completely new experience for me, but I have to say that it is a pleasant one. Apps load quickly with the Android Oreo system, and the Netflix Enhanced picture option works quite well. The downside is that there is a distinct lack of variety in apps (streaming channels) when comparing it to a Roku UI TV, which can be said for all of the smart TVs not equipped with Roku. Of course, this is easily remedied by the addition of a 4K capable Roku box or stick if desired.

    Remote Control: Not much to say here other than that the remote is well laid out and your fingers quickly learn where to land to execute the desired function. Definitely an improvement over past Sony offerings.

    Build Quality: The easiest thing to say here is, 'It's a Sony". You aren't going to find quite the quality you'll find in Sony's Master Series, but the brushed dark metal panel surround is well made and the construction is solid. Provisions are made in the legs for cord management, although I feel it's a step backwards from the stand/cord management found on the 900E.

    Conclusion: At this price point, I'm of the opinion that it's pretty much a two horse race, between the 950G and the Samsung Q70. Between the better colors, superior upscaling and amazing brightness of the 950G, to say nothing of the stumbling on the one yard line by Samsung refusing to include Dolby Vision, the 950G was a great choice for me.

    + Brightness to handle HDR content
    + Great color, even out of the box
    + Amazing upscaling
    + Includes Dolby Vision

    - Picture degrades once viewed from more than about 15° off center
    - Limited app choices when compared to the Roku UI
    - Sound quality
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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 24, 2019
    Size: 55 inStyle: TVVerified Purchase
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    3.0 out of 5 stars Barely Passable!
    By Quantum TV on May 24, 2019
    Let's be clear here, we are reviewing a TV that costs well over $1,000. Yet so many people are not holding it to that standard. Wait until Black Friday. This television does a lot right, but for the money it is not worth it. The X950G has blooming that destroys dark room viewing, unless you dim your tv substantially(Which greatly darkens the image, more than normal, especiallyin cinema mode.), and while the overall picture may be pretty fantastic, it's still not beating TVs from 2017 like the X900E, which this was going to replace.

    What's worse, is that Sony still forces you to accept Google terms of service, before even allowing you to use the product you just paid out all this money for. I don't know about you but I don't like to be forced into submit before, I'm even able to use the product I just invested $1,299 on. This is basically one of those TVs where, if you don't agree with Google's terms, you simply aren't allowed to use it...not even offline! A Disgusting practice.

    Now when we look at the Smart features it's pretty cool, you can say things like Google turn on TV, and Google turn off TV, and almost like magic the TV turns on and off. This is really cool. Like James Bond tech cool. That being said, the picture quality has a ways to go. Now to be fair, you can get pretty Inky black levels, when there is high contrast did elements on the screen, or when you dim the backlight DRAMATICALLY. That being said the TV has a problem with glitching out. Every time I try to watch YouTube using the internal application, it would zoom in to nearly 100% of the screen, cropping out the entirety of the picture. This makes watching TV virtually impossible.

    Now if you don't watch YouTube this isn't a big deal, but if you're like me and you're always on it, this is a deal-breaker. What's even worse, is that you've lost picture modes that you had last year, in addition to losing the ability to customize your cinemotion. This basically means you have less ability to control important aspects of picture quality and motion, leading to a really inconsistent experience. The x900f had all of these features, and is cheaper. So make no mistake you are getting scaled back on big-time. Sony may dress it up in a nice metallic build, wrapped in some nice smart features, but overall this television is a downgrade to increase sony oled sales. The X1 ultimate chip is almost a tease for sony, because the black levels are so bad, you'll wanna upgrade as soon as something with better black levels in the same price point comes out.

    I find that when using this television, I couldn't help but notice if only the black levels were better this might actually be a television that could be worth my time. Simply put if you're somebody that likes to watch TV in a dark room, at reasonable levels of screen brightness, you're not going to enjoy this thing; If you're somebody that watches TV in a bright living room you're going to have solutely love this thing. That being said the colors are not quite as vibrant as qled from Samsung or Vizio at the moment, so those are better for color. Simply put if you have this kind of money to throw away, on a mediocre tv be my guest, as for Me I'll be looking for another product.

    This tv comes so close, but yet so far away from what I'm looking for. And the worst part of all, is that it's completely on purpose to push bravia oled. Funny how my 2017 full array looks nothing like this, but magically all the tvs after Sony launched the a1e, their full array line has been getting worse and worse. I'm speaking with my wallet and I'm not going to be keeping this one. In summary, Too many glitches, forcing consumers to comply with Google even offline, downgraded features, lack of high frame-rate support, and a myriad of other problems makes the X950G a barely passable TV. For me though it's completely unpassable, and I would not be buying this one. Best of luck to all of those who end up with this TV.
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